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eatbrian
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Posted Mon Dec 15, 2008, 8:50pm
Subject: PICCINO in San Francisco is looking for a barista
 

Whats up its brian from piccino in SF..... we recently expanded and are looking for a motivated coffee freak..  could this be you? anyway, come by if your interested and say hi, drop a resume have some coffee, eat some scones.. whatever..  

or email me
eatbrian@gmail.com

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807 22nd st
SF CA   94107
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GaryH
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Location: San Jose California
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Espresso: Isomac Zaffiro
Grinder: Macap M4 Doserless
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Posted Tue Dec 16, 2008, 3:15am
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The Piccino web site shows Brian next to a GB/5. Piccino uses Blue Bottle coffee.

First time I met Brian was in February 2006 when I took these pics showing Brian pulling great shots with Zoka Paladino and pouring latte art in my all time favorite coffee house. Where else are four different espressos available at the same time on the bar. Organica now closed unfortunately. Those were the good old days.

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Posted Tue Dec 16, 2008, 3:16am
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I made it to Piccino on 807 22nd st in San Francisco this sunny and chilly Saturday morning December 20, 2008.

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Grinder: Macap M4 Doserless
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Posted Sat Dec 20, 2008, 7:44pm
Subject: Re: PICCINO in San Francisco is looking for a barista
 

Piccino is a small but cute coffee house. No room for tables inside, just two benches to sit on. I got to meet Brian who was not pulling espressos today. Chatted a bit to catch up on stuff.

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Drip: yes
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Posted Sat Dec 20, 2008, 7:48pm
Subject: Re: PICCINO in San Francisco is looking for a barista
 

The GB/5 is visible through the window. I had a Piccino double ristretto. Barista told me it was very similar to Blue Bottle Hayes Valley, just one coffee in the blend was different. The ristretto had low body, was too acidic, but had some interesting complexity. Pretty decent but disappointing.

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Grinder: Macap M4 Doserless
Vac Pot: none
Drip: yes
Roaster: none
Posted Sat Dec 20, 2008, 7:51pm
Subject: Re: PICCINO in San Francisco is looking for a barista
 

I had this really nice tasty latte. Nice shaped cup. Sitting outside, the chill in the air complemented drinking this superb steamed hot latte very well and made for just the perfect moment. That was a real nice experience.

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Vac Pot: none
Drip: yes
Roaster: none
Posted Sat Dec 20, 2008, 7:52pm
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I had this Sidamo drip coffee to go. That was a good cup!

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